CyberScoop: The FBI’s digital security guide for local police actually has good OPSEC advice

CyberScoop: The FBI’s digital security guide for local police actually has good OPSEC advice. “The instructions include a range of advisories for smaller police agencies, ranging from ways to avoid harassment on Facebook to the best methods for removing personal information from publicly available databases. The 354-page document, titled ‘Digital Exhaust Opt Out Guide,’ was released publicly in June as part of the BlueLeaks data dump, a trove of law enforcement materials made public by transparency activists calling themselves Distributed Denial of Secrets. Federal authorities have distributed the guidelines to local police”

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